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'Index of Persons and Places: L', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 11: 1455-1464 (1921), pp. 788-799. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=103786 Date accessed: 23 October 2014.


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L . See Leonardus.

Lachyngdon. See Latchingdon.

Lacok, Thomas, prior of Bath, indult to, 293.

Lacy, Edmund, late bishop of Exeter, 30.

-, -, resignation made to, 174.

Lagthon. See Laughton en le Morthen.

Lagonien [sis], an error for Laonien [sis], 393.

Laguna, William de, rector of St. Anastasius without the walls of Winchester, dispensation to, 592, 593.

Lain, John, vicar of Abdie, charges against, 579, 580.

-, -, spiritual daughter of, 580.

Lake, Richard, vicar of Brading, dispensation to, 317.

Lambardi, Walter, late vicar of Crosthwaite, a litigant concerning his portion, 532.

Lambeth, Lamehich [co. Surrey], parish church of St. Mary, rectory of, 122.

Lamgley. See Langley.

Lamington, Lamigton, Lammynton, Lamygton [co. Lanark], parish church of, rectory of the second portion of, called Hartside, 575.

-, rectory of, 427, 428.

-, -, patron of. See Bahedus, William.

-, William Bahedus of, 427.

Lamport, John, prior or warden of the priory of St. John the Evangelist by Waterford, charges against, 500.

Lamygton. See Lamington.

Lanark [co. Lanark], chapel of, appropriated to Hamilton collegiate church, 439 note.

Lancaster, Lancastria, duchy of, the honour of Tickhill, parcel of, 526.

-, -, the manor of Whitgift, parcel of, 62.

-, John duke of. See John.

Lancastre, John, rector of Harlestone, dispensation to, 143.

Lancol. See Lanzol.

Landaven [sis]. See Llandaff.

Landussul. See Llandyssil.

Lane, William, a monk of Folkeston priory, dispensation to, 571.

Lanercost, Lanrecoost [co. Cumberland], Augustinian priory of St. Mary Magdalen, John prior of. See Messemby.

-, -, impoverishment of, 15.

Lang, John, late vicar of Galway, 255.

Langdich, John, an Augustinian canon of St. Bartholomew, Smithfield, witness, 611.

Langeford. See Langford.

Langen [sis], a mistake for Bangoren [sis], 390.

Langford, Langeford [cos. Berks and Oxford], manor of, a lay prebend in Lincoln, 534.

Langham [co. Essex], rectory of, 173.

Langkake, Richard, an Augustinian canon of Carlisle, dispensation to, 650, 651.

Langley, Lamgley, Henry, lord of Rickling, indult to, 228.

Langli, William, rector of Harlaxton, dispensation to, 561, 562.

Langton, Langthon [co. Lincoln], rectory of, 153.

Langton, Richard, rector of Lythe, dispensation to, 189.

-, William, clerk, dispensation to, 660.

Langton Long Blandford, Langton [co. Dorset], parish church of, chantry in, 606.

Langwonoit. See Llangenydd.

Lanrecoost. See Lanercost.

Lanzol (or Lancol), John, a canon and provost of Valencia, safeconduct for, 23 note.

Lanzol-Borja, Borgia, Rodrigo (Rodericus) de, cardinal deacon of St. Nicholas in Carcere Tulliano, bishop of Valencia, and vice-chancellor of the Roman church, 342 note, 344 note, 345 note, 360.

-, -, appointment of, 194 note.

-, -, member of the household of. See Ferrarii, Anthony.

Laon, Laudunensis [Aisne], Mezières in the diocese of, 471.

Laonien [sis]. See Killaloe.

Laooien [sis], an error for Laonien [sis], 485.

Lasswade, Lerarewade, Lesuad, Leswade [co. Edinburgh], vicarage of, 180, 287.

-, James Inglis vicar of, 672.

-, See also Melville.

Lassy, John, a canon of St. Asaph, and a chamberlain of the hospital of the Holy Trinity and St. Thomas of Canterbury, Rome, petition of, 651.

Latchingdon, Lachyngdon [co. Essex], rectory of, in the immediate jurisdiction of Christchurch, Canterbury, 561.

Lathahrn. See Lough Erne.

Lathom, Lathum [co. Lancaster], Thomas Stanley, knight, lord of, 227.

Laude , F. de, 331.

Laudunensis . See Laon.

Lauedre. See Lawder.

Lauerencewest'. See Laurence Weston.

Lauerok, Richard, vicar of All Saints, Haslingfield, dispensation to, 150.

Laughton en le Morthen, Lagthon, Leghton [co. York, W.R.], a prebend in York, 43, 44, 118.

Laurencekirk, Conveth [co. Kincardine], rectory of, 13.

Laurence Weston, Lauerencewest' [in Henbury parish, co. Gloucester], a prebend in Westbury on Trym, 229.

Lauwdyer, Lauwedre, la Vedre (i.e. Lauedre). See Lawder.

Lawder, George, bishop of Argyll, grant of the patronage of the rectory of Dunoon to, and union thereof to the episcopal mensa of Argyll made by, 605.

-, -, petition of, 691.

-, -, refusal of, to institute the presentee of James III to the rectory of Dunoon, 605.

-, -, resignation made to, 604.

-, Lauwdyer, John de, a perpetual beneficiary of Crichton collegiate church, 92.

-, Lauwedre, John, vicar of Lochgoilhead, dispensation to, 617, 618.

-, Robert, bishop of Dunblane, sentence of divorce promulgated by, 484, 485, 659.

-, Thomas, bishop of Dunkeld, erection of a dignity procured by, 448.

-, -, faculty to, 268.

-, -, grant of the rectory of Kirkinner in commendam to, revoked, 39.

-, indult to, 268.

-, -, a litigant concerning the alienated property of his see, 378.

-, -, resignation admitted and collation made by, 291.

-, -, restoration of alienated property of the episcopal mensa of his see, obtained by, 378.

-, Luderdar, Thomas, principal official of James [Kennedy], bishop of St. Andrews, witness, 376.

-, la Vedre (i.e. Lauedre), Lawedare, William de, rector of Carmichael, afterwards vicar of Innerleithen, 460.

-, -, dispensation to, 573.

Lax, John, Jo., clerk, a secretary and member of the household of Calixtus III and an abbreviator of papal letters, papal nuncio, rector of Street and of Ditcheat, 85.

-, -, annulment of proceedings against, 598, 599.

-, -, appointment of, 99.

-, -, charges against, 554.

-, -, dispensation to, 97, 98.

-, -, described as of the diocese of Dublin, 71.

-, -, described as a native of England, 99.

-, -, indults, 97, 127.

-, -, oath of, 99.

-, -, petition of, 109.

-, -, restoration of certain tithes to, 135–7.

-, -, safe-conducts for him and his suite, 115, 128.

-, -, to be a canon of York and prebendary of Laughton en le Morthen, 44, 118.

-, -, pension to be paid by, 44.

-, -, a litigant for a canonry of York, excommunication and deprivation of, 71.

-, -, lessee of a house in Rome belonging to the hospital of the Holy Trinity and St. Thomas the Martyr of the English there, 652.

Layceston, Robert, esquire, charges made by, 319.

Leadenham, Ledenham [co. Lincoln], rectory of, 105.

Leamcayll. See Longfield.

Leassan. See Lissan.

Lech, Patrick, a canon of Dunblane, sub-delegate in the execution of a papal mandate, 510, 511.

Ledenham. See Leadenham.

Ledes. See Leeds.

Ledys alias Petsmyth, William, an Augustinian canon of Leeds, dispensation to, 524.

Lee, John, vicar of St. Mary's, Sandwich, dispensation to, 665.

Leeds, Ledes [co. Kent], Augustinian priory of SS. Mary and Nicholas, canon of. See Ledys alias Petsmyth, William.

Leeds, co. York, W.R. See Kirkstall.

Leek, John, of Halon, grant made by, 238.

Legan (rectius Logan). See Logan.

Lege dei , abbey de. See Leix.

Legendorff , Lemdorff (sic), P. de, 2, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 45, 46, 47, 105, 106, 109, 110, 111, 112, 113, 114, 115, 118, 119, 121, 128, 186, 187, 195.

Legger, John, an Augustinian canon of Dunstable and chaplain of Ballidon, licence to, confirmed, 203.

-, Thomas, priest, an Augustinian canon of Dunstable, afterwards bishop of Limerick, provision to, 264.

-, -, faculty for the consecration of, 264.

-, -, charges against, 58, 59.

-, -, grant to, 153.

Legh, James, clerk, provided to the rectory of Rostherne, 320.

Leghton. See Laughton en le Morthen.

Leglon, Thomas, esquire, charges made by, 319.

Leicester [co. Leicester], archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 25, 371.

Leicester, Lycest [us], Peter de, late a canon of Westbury on Trym, a prebend called by the name of, 229.

-, Cf. Leycestyr.

Leighlin, Leighlinen [sis], Leonen [sis] (sic), [co. Carlow], bishop of, admission to a vicarage made by, 250.

-, -, collation and provision made by, 394.

-, -, papal mandatary, 430, 596.

-, Thomas bishop of. See Fleming.

-, dean of, papal mandatary, 340, 430, 596.

-, David dean of. See Ocurryn.

-, Nicholas dean of. See Clawllus.

-, archdeacon of, institution made by, 250.

-, -, papal mandatary, 288.

-, Dermit archdeacon of. See Ocurryn.

-, Donald archdeacon of. See Olannagayn.

-, Donatus archdeacon of. See Omurhy.

-, treasurer of, papal mandatary, 272, 288.

-, canons of. See O'Byrne, Patrick; Ochogly, Malachy; Ocurryn, John; Oholerrbly, Maurice; O'Lalor, Richard.

-, prebend in: —Ullard.

Leighlinen [sis], incorrectly written Leonen [sis], 333.

Leithearwmursge. See Murrisk.

Leitrim, Letram [co. Cork], rectory of, farm of, 630.

Leix, de Lege dei [in Abbeyleix parish, Queen's county], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 250.

Lemdorff . See Legendorff.

Lenham [co. Kent], vicarage of, 125.

Lenton [co. Nottingham], Cluniac priory of the Holy Trinity, prior of, papal mandatary, 120.

-, -, monk of. See Bate, William.

Leodryn. See Lorum.

Leon [Spain], members of the hospital of S. Spirito in, 82.

Léon. See St. Pol-de-Léon.

Leonardus , L., papal registers rubricated by, 264 note, 311 note.

Leonen [sis]. See St. Pol-de-Léon.

-, a mistake for Leighlinen [sis], 333.

-, misread as Laonien [sis], 458 note.

-, an error for Laonien [sis], 438, 482.

Lepeyate, Philip, a canon of Lincoln and prebendary of Langford manor, and rector of Tadmarton, dispensation to, 534.

Le Puy, Anicien [sis], [Haute-Loire, France], John bishop of. See de Borbonio.

Lerarewade. See Lasswade.

Lesle alias Liscar, John, late vicar of Blakat, 304.

Lesly, Andrew, clerk, reservation of a canonry of Moray and the prebend of Spynie for collation to, 454, 455.

Lesten alias Cherche, John, priest, indult to, 186.

Lesuad, Leswade. See Lasswade.

Letram. See Leitrim.

Leuinton. See Levinton.

Leverton [co. Lincoln], rectory of, 105.

Levingston. See Levinston.

Levins, Thomas, clerk, notary public, 161.

Levinston, Levynston, Elizabeth, countess of Ross [i.e. wife of John Macdonald, earl of Ross], to have restitution of conjugal rights, 671, 672.

-, Levingston, Lewingston, Thomas de, bishop of Dunkeld, abbot commendatary of Coupar-Angus, rector commendatary of Kirkinner, private confessor of James II, king of Scots, sometime abbot of Dundrennan, afterwards a bishop in the universal church and holder of a pension on the fruits of Newbattle and Dundrennan, to be removed from the rectory of Kirkinner, 113, 114.

-, -, a litigant for the said rectory, 379–381, 422, 423.

-, -, deprivation made by, 344.

-, -, sentence in favour of, confirmed, 418, 419.

-, -, to have a co-adjutor in the rule of the abbey of Coupar-Angus, 388.

-, -, death of, 416, 421, 423.

Levinton, Cristiana de, to be dispensed to marry, 157.

-, Leuinton, James, precentor of Dunkeld, indult to, 678.

-, Levynton, James de, treasurer of Dunkeld, and vicar of Lasswade, dispensation to, confirmed, 180.

Levynston. See Levinston.

Lewes, Lewis, Lewys [co. Sussex], parish church of St. Andrew, rectory of, 369.

-, parish of St. Thomas a Becket in the Cliffe, Clive, immediately subject to the archbishop of Canterbury, Amice Writher of, 156, 167.

-, Thomas Baker alias Sherman or Shermon of, 156, 167.

Lewingston. See Levinston.

Lewis, Lewys. See Lewes.

Leycestyr, John, vicar of Basford, a party in a probate suit, 123.

-, Cf. Leicester.

Leylynnyd, diocese of Killaloe, portion of a rectory, 218.

Liberton, Henry, priest, grant to, 184.

-, Hugh, priest, reservation of benefices for collation to, 172, 173.

Lichden[sis] (sic), an error for Eboracen [sis], 435.

Lichefeld, Richard, clerk, to be a notary public, 281.

-, Lichefild, Richard, archdeacon of Bath, dispensation to, 660.

Lich [efeldensis]. See Lichfield and Coventry.

Lichefild. See Lichefeld.

Lichfield [co. Stafford], bishop of, papal mandatary, 348.

-, -, See also Lichfield and Coventry.

-, dean of, consent of, to the union of the two portions of the rectory of Eckington, not given, 338.

-, John dean of. See Verney.

-, dean and chapter of, consent of, to an appropriation, 479.

-, -, grants made by Henry VI to, confirmed, 21, 22.

-, -, pension reserved to, 479.

-, Richard chancellor of. See Pede.

-, canons of. See Faukes, John; Heywed, Thomas; Redhyll, master John; Sharp, Henry; Woelpdale, John.

-, chapter of, consent of, to an appropriation, 478.

-, prebends in: —Handsacre. Ufton.

-, cathedral church of, pension reserved to, 51.

-, cathedral church, close, etc., liberty of, 21, 22.

-, chapter house of, 479.

-, hospital of St. John, Thomas master of. See Mason.

Lichfield and Coventry, Conven [trensis] et Lich [efeldensis], [cos. Stafford and Warwick], bishop of, chancellor of. See Lloyd, Owen.

-, -, commissary-general of. See Clone, John.

-, -, inhibition to, 64.

-, -, licence of, for the celebration of masses etc. in a chapel, 534.

-, -, manor of. See Haywood, Great.

-, -, papal mandatary, 179, 268, 280, 578.

-, -, pensions reserved to, 51, 51 note. 83, 479.

-, John [bishop-]elect of. See Halse.

-, Reginald bishop of. See Boulers (or Bolers).

-, William bishop of. See Bothe.

-, cities and diocese of, clergy of, statutes made by, confirmed, 648, 649.

Lichton, Duncan (Duntranus), chancellor of Aberdeen, appeal cause pending before, 258.

-, Duncan, vicar of Inverurie, resignation of, 211.

-, -, proctor of. See Lichton, Henry.

-, Henry, clerk, proctor of Duncan Lichton, 211.

Lickbla, co. Westmeath. See Gilbertstown.

Liége [Belgium], official of, faculty to, 549.

-, church of St. Denis, canon of. See Amici, master Michael.

Lilford, John, rector of Allington, dispensation to, ratified, 79.

Limerick [co. Limerick], bishop of, papal mandatary, 292, 371, 472.

-, John bishop of. See Mothel.

-, Thomas bishop of. See Legger.

-, William bishop of. See Creagh.

-, dean of, papal mandatary, 350 (bis), 385, 499.

-, Thomas dean of. See Oseancain.

-, dean and chapter of, 72.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 339, 385, 499.

-, Gerald archdeacon of. See OmulcorZa.

-, John archdeacon of. See Stak.

-, Matthew archdeacon of. See Ogriffa.

-, chancellor of, papal mandatary, 74, 350, 504.

-, official of, papal mandatary, 385.

-, Alan precentor of. See MacEnery and O'Lynch.

-, Cornelius precentor of. See Ohynwyr.

-, Richard precentor of. See Fitzharry.

-, Thomas precentor of. See Oronayn.

-, Richard provided to the precentorship of. See Purcell.

-, canons of. See Creagh, William; David, Maurice; Farrol, Thomas; FitzGerald, Gerald son of Philip; FitzGerald, Maurice son of David Fuscus; Geraldinis, Gerald de; Geraldinis, Maurice de; Macconmara, Fyninus; Macconmara, Matthew; Macconmara, Matthew (son of James); Macgillapadraig, Donald; O'Connolly, Maurice; Ocormachayn, David; Ogriffa, Matthew; Ohoragayn, Denis; Purcell, Richard; Stak, John.

-, de facto canon of. See Mutheyl, James.

-, canon provided of. See Valle, Robert de.

-, prebends in: —

Croagh.

Donaghmore, co. Limerick.

Dysert, co. Limerick.

Limerick, St. Munchin's.

Tullabracky.

-, capitular mensa of, 58.

-, chapter etc. of, papal letters to, 264, 340.

-, city and diocese of, intimidation in, 247, 317, 353, 354.

-, Augustinian priory of SS. Mary the Virgin and Edward the Martyr by the bridge of, Richard prior of. See Fitzadam.

-, -, Thomas prior of. See Magrath.

-, -, Walter prior of. See Hacket.

-, parish church of St. Munchin, Tampolmonin, a prebend in Limerick, 73, 75, 345, 346, 499.

Limerick, county, war in, 153.

Linardus , dominus, correction made by order of, 589 note.

Lincluden, Clencloden, Linclondane, Lincloudane, Lyncluden, Tinolouden [co. Kirkcudbright], collegiate church, provost of, papal mandatary, 205, 301.

-, canons of. See Durisder, Andrew de; Stewart, Andrew.

-, -, prebend in: —

Kirkpatrick.

Lincoln [co. Lincoln], bishop of, faculties to, 169, 296.

-, -, papal mandatary, 57, 60, 69, 110, 203, 238, 466.

-, -, resignation made to, and collations made by, 383, 384.

-, -, the hospital of St. John the Baptist without the east gate, Oxford, exempt from the jurisdiction of, 69, 70.

-, Hugh bishop of. See Wellys.

-, John bishop of. See Chedworth.

-, dean of, papal mandatary, 435, 525.

-, Robert dean of. See Fleming.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 372, 497, 557, 650.

-, Hugh chancellor of. See Tapton.

-, chancellorship of, the prebend of Sutton in the Marsh separated from, and that of East Stoke annexed to, 525.

-, official of, papal mandatary, 372.

-, precentor of, papal mandatary, 122.

-, canons of. See Chedworth, John (2); Colynson, John; Faukes, John; Lepeyate, Philip; Nevill, George; Perch, John; Salisbury, Thomas; Tapton, John; Wardale, John.

-, prebend in, held by John Stoode, 177.

-, prebends in: —

Langford manor.

Louth.

Stoke, East.

Sutton in the Marsh.

Thame.

-, cathedral church of, chantry founded in, 645.

-, -, -, for the soul of Hugh Wellys, late bishop of Lincoln, 175.

-, chantry of St. Giles by, 645.

-, diocese of, sub-collector of the papal camera in. See Rath, William.

-, -, Augustinian priory of St. John the Evangelist in, 561.

-, -, parish church in, 573.

Lincoln, county, a coroner of. See Haxei, John.

Lincolnien [sis], an error for Cantuarien [sis], 497 note, 650 note.

Lindesay. See Lindsay.

Lindores, de Lundoris [in Newburgh parish, co. Fife], Benedictine abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 47, 330, 344, 516, 596.

-, -, abbot and convent of, litigants concerning the right of presentation to the vicarage of Dundee, 307.

-, -, James abbot of, and the convent of, alleged presentation by, 679.

Lindsay, Lindesay, David, late a notary apostolic, a canon of Dunkeld and prebendary of Menmuir, 209.

-, Lyndesay, David, late vicar of Alyth, 291.

-, Ingram or Ingram de, bishop of Aberdeen, resignation made to, 33.

-, -, substituted executor appointed by, 258.

-, -, testamentary suit called up to himself by, 258.

-, -, death of, 310.

-, Lindesay, Ingram, late vicar of Old Meldrum, sentence against, 668.

-, Lyndesay, James, sometime a canon of Aberdeen and prebendary of Cruden, 600.

-, Lindesay, Lyndesay, Lyndosay, James, a canon of Moray, a litigant for the archdeaconry of Aberdeen, and precentor of Moray, 259.

-, -, dispensation to, 551.

-, -, provision to, 256, 257.

-, Hndesay, James, rector of Kirkmichael, resignation of, 335, 336.

-, Lindesay, Walter, clerk, a kinsman of James II, king of Scots, dispensation to, 12.

-, Lindesay, Lyndesai, William, vicar of Inchbrayock and a canon of Murray, dispensation to, 280.

-, -, proctor of Nicholas de Fores, 322.

-, -, reservation of a canonry and prebend of Moray for collation to, 259.

-, Lyndesay, William, clerk, de facto a canon of Aberdeen and prebendary of Cruden, 600.

-, -, grant to, 329.

-, -, provision of a canonry of Aberdeen to, 300.

-, -, violence committed by, 600.

Linlithgow, Lynlychqw [co. Linlithgow], vicarage of, 13.

Linsted, Linstede [co. Kent], vicarage of, 622, 623.

Liscar. See Lesle.

Lisgoole, Lisgabail [in Rossorry parish, co. Fermanagh], Augustinian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 300, 314, 315.

Lisieux[Calvados, France], bishop of, papal letters to, 287 note.

Lisiuaidin [? in Bumlin parish, co. Roscommon], tithes of, 35.

Lislee, Lyslaygh [co. Cork], vicarage of, 392.

Lismore [co. Waterford], bishop of, canon and prebend created by, 75.

-, -, papal mandatary, 58, 325.

-, -, rights of, in connection with the blessing of an abbot of Mothel, saved, 492.

-, -, See also Waterford and Lismore.

-, Gillacius dean of. See Okeyt.

-, deanery of, claimant to. See Purcell, Richard.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 491, 492.

-, John archdeacon of. See Keuernock; Purcell; and Rewe.

-, Philip archdeacon of. See MacConnor.

-, Robert archdeacon of. See Power.

-, Thomas archdeacon of. See Oseancain.

-, William archdeacon of. See Mouchel.

-, precentor of, papal mandatary, 491, 492.

-, treasurer of, papal mandatary, 475.

-, canons of. See Ofhachanayn, Thomas; Stak, John.

-, chapter of, consent to the creation of an extra canon and of a new prebend, 75.

-, prebend in: —

Dungarvan.

-, church of, cure of souls of Dungarvan transferred to, 75.

-, -, pension payable to, 75, 76.

-, city and diocese of, lack of justice in, 509.

Lismore and Waterford, bishop of. See Waterford and Lismore.

Lismore [in Scotland], Lismore alias Argyll. See Argyll.

Lissan, Leassan [co. Londonderry], Magonius Oconne vicar of, 242, 243.

Lissonuffy, Lysondubtarg [co. Roscommon], parish church of, 35.

Liuhelpelei. See Whelpley.

Liverpool, Lyverpolle [co.Lancaster], chapel of St. Mary de Key within the cemetery of the chapel of, relaxation of penance to persons visiting, 108.

Llanbrynmair, Brinman [co. Montgomery], rectory of, 367.

Llandaff, Landaven [sis] [co. Glamorgan], bishop of, papal mandatary, 624.

-, John bishop of. See Hunden.

-, Nicholas bishop of. See Ashby.

-, chapter etc. of, papal letters to, 358.

-, episcopal mensa of, 369.

Llandyssil, Landussul [co. Cardigan], rectory of, formerly appropriated, and afterwards pensionary to the chapter of St. Davids, 548.

Llangenydd, Langwonoit [co. Glamorgan], vicarage of, 640.

Llanystumdwy, Llanystudi, Llanystudy [co. Carnarvon], rectory of, 99.

Llolius . See Lollius.

Lloyd, lloydi, John ap. See Clerk.

Lloyd, Owen, rector of Hodnet, and chancellor of the bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, dispensation to, 533.

Loanien [sis], an error for Laonien [sis], 628.

Loccuactham (rectius Loccuacthair). See Lough Oughter.

Lochce. See Lough Key.

Lochert (or Locherti). See Lockart.

Lochgoilhead, Canlochgeyle, Canlochgoyle [co. Argyll], vicarage of. 617, 618.

Lochner, John, and his retinue, safeconduct for, 662 note.

Lochque. See Lough Key.

Lochquhorquhart, Lochqwarwart, Lochqworwart. See Borthwick.

Lochtresk. See Kettle.

Lockart, Lochert (or Locherti), Lockard, Lokart, Lokcarde, Patrick, priest, a chaplain and member of the household of James II, king of Scots, and chaplain of Dundonald, to be rector of Kirkinner, 39.

-, -, a litigant for the said rectory, 380, 381, 422, 423.

-, -, sentence against, 423.

-, -, -, to be confirmed, 418, 419.

-, -, to be a canon and succentor of Moray, 457, 458.

Logan, Legan, Henry, one of the proctors of Robert de Hamilton, 318.

Logie, Logi, Logy [now forming part of Liff and Invergowrie, co. Forfar], vicarage of, 79.

Lokart, Lokcarde (? rectius Lockarde). See Lockart.

Lollius , Llolius, G., 365, 367–369, 372, 373, 375–377, 383, 385, 386, 388, 392, 393, 395–397, 514, 519, 520, 522, 524, 525, 528, 530, 531, 533–539, 543, 546–548, 551, 552, 554, 559–561, 563, 564, 573, 574.

Lombarde, Walter, vicar of Crosthwaite, dissension between the abbot and convent of Fountains and, 633.

Lombe. See Henton.

Lomer, Isabel, wife of John son of Peter Stepner, dispensed to remain in her marriage, 287.

Lomley, Thomas, knight, indult to, 84.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 84.

-, -, and Margaret his wife, household servant of. See Fyncham, Beatrice.

Lomprey, Baldwin de, nobleman, indult to, 638.

-, -, wife of. See Denle, Joan.

London, Londonien [sis], bishop of, faculty to, 296.

-, -, master of the household and commensal chaplain of. See Ballard, Robert.

-, -, papal mandatary, 55, 64, 151, 171, 319, 338, 411, 469, 529, 538, 580, 624.

-, -, vicar-general in spirituals of, papal mandatary, 55.

-, -, Waltham Abbey exempt from, 171.

-, Richard bishop of. See Clifford.

-, Simon bishop of. See Niger.

-, Thomas bishop of. See Kempe.

-, cathedral church of St. Paul, dean of, 14, 15.

-, -, Laurence dean of. See Bothe.

-, -, dean and chapter of, 15.

-, -, -, seal of, 610.

-, -, canons of. See Bothe, master Laurence; Halle, Thomas.

-, -, chapter of, 15.

-, -, chantry of John, duke of Lancaster, in, 14, 15.

-, -, chapel of St. Mary the Virgin and St. John the Baptist in, founded by the society of the tailors and linen armourers of London, 240.

-, official of, papal mandatary, 596.

-, -, seal of, 609, 615.

-, John official of. See Druell.

-, diocese of, sub-collector of the papal camera in. See Torkesey, John.

-, religious houses:—

Augustinian Friars' house of St. Augustine, Robert prior of. See Gyfforde.

Augustinian priory of St. Bartholomew the Apostle, Smithfield, West Smythfeld, prior of, the hospital of St. Bartholomew, Smithfield, in the patronage of, 612.

-, Reginald prior of. See Colyer.

-, prior or sub-prior of, to appoint a guardian of the hospital of St. Bartholomew, during voidance, 613.

-, prior and convent of, dispute of, with the hospital of St. Bartholomew, Smithfield, 608.

-, -, composition made by, 610.

-, Andrew sub-prior of. See de Halstede.

-, canon of. See Langdich, John.

-, chapter house of, 609.

-, -, instrument dated at, 615.

Augustinian hospital of St. Bartholomew, Smithfield, St. Bartholomew without the walls, in the patronage of the prior of St. Bartholomew, Smithfield, 612.

-, guardianship of, during a voidance, 613.

-, John master of. See Blakberd.

-, master and brethren of, composition made by, 610.

-, -, dispute of, with the priory of St. Bartholomew, Smithfield, 608.

-, brethren of. See Flete, Robert; Orewell, Richard; Sutton, Richard de.

-, chapter house of, 611.

-, seal of, 610 (ter), 611.

Augustinian hospital of St. Mary without Bishopgate, Biscobigate, Biscopitate, Bisskoppisgate, John prior of. See Torkesey.

Augustinian (Bethlehemite) Friars' house or hospital of St. Mary Bethlehem, Bethleem, depending on the church of Bethlehem, master, wardens and friars of, privileges and indults granted to, confirmed, 6, 7.

-, master and friars of, papal letters to, 8.

-, relaxation of penance to those who visit and give alms to, 7, 8.

Augustinian hospital of the order of the Cruciferi dedicated to St. Thomas the Martyr of Acre, Acon, confirmation of the foundation of, with additional statute etc., 114, 115.

-, indulgence to persons visiting and making offerings to, 515, 516.

-, master of, to wear the regular habit, 114.

-, master and brethren of, petition of, 114.

-, collectors etc. of, 115.

house of Carmelite Friars in Fleet Street, Flettestrete (or Fleitestrete), brother of. See Wynys, John.

-, collegiate churches:—

chapel of Corpus Christi by the church of St. Laurence Pountney, Henry master or warden of. See Sharp.

free chapel royal of St. Martinle-Grand, dean of, papal mandatary, 556.

-, canon of. See Haydok, Haimundus.

-, parochial churches:—

St. Botolph without Bishopsgate, Bysshopisgate, rectory of, 144.

St. Bride [Fleet Street], rectory of, 635.

St. Clement in the East, chantry at the altar of St. Mary in, 170.

St. John, Walbrook, in Walbroke, rectory of, 370.

St. John Zachary, rectory of, 585.

St. Laurence Pountney, Pultenei, Pulteney, college of the chapel of Corpus Christi (q.v.) by, 556.

St. Margaret, New Fish Street, rectory of, 648.

St. Martin Outwich, St. Martin de Oteswiche, parish of, 241.

St. Mary le Bow, de Arcubus, rectory of, 87.

St. Mary Woolnoth, Wolnoth, rectory of, 615, 661.

St. Matthew, Friday Street, in Frydaystrete, rectory of, 38, 134.

St. Nicholas in the Shambles (ad Macellas), rectory of, 185.

St. Peter near Paul's Wharf, Sancti Petri Parvi, rectory of, 166.

St. Sepulchre, Holborn, St. Sepulchre without Newgate, altar of St. Stephen in, 682, 683.

-, Matthew Dewe, chaplain of St. Stephen in, 514.

-, bishop's palace in, 611.

-, 'Tailleur hall' in, chapel founded at, 241.

-, citizen of:—

William Button, 372.

-, companies:—

confraternity or society of St. John the Baptist, called the confraternity or society of the tailors and linen armourers of London, master, wardens, guardians, and brethren of, indult to, 240.

merchant tailors, chapel founded by, at their inn called ‘Tailleur hall,’ 241.

-, persons of:—

Chedworth, John, 26, 371.

Gyfforde, Robert, 651.

-, persons dwelling at:—

Ardfert, bishop of, 469.

Ely, bishop of, 495.

Exeter, bishop of, 495.

James de Salviatis, and his fellows, merchants of Florence, 669.

the heirs of James de Salviatis and their fellows, 404.

-, letters dated at, 614.

-, Westminster near. See Westminster.

London, Thomas, priest, a monk of St. Augustine's, Canterbury, dispensation to, 663.

-, William, a monk of Snellshall, dispensation to, 149.

Londonderry [co. Londonderry], Augustinian abbey of St. Columba de Cella nigra, abbot of, papal mandatary, 284, 285, 485.

-, John Macgillabride, clerk, of, 60.

Londrus, Richard, a monk of Inishlounaght, de facto abbot of the same, 509.

Long. See Knocklong.

Longfield, Leamcayll [co. Tyrone], rectory of, 508.

Longley, Ralph, priest, rector of Prestwich, dispensation to, 364.

Lonham, Lewis, nobleman, of Calais, indult to, 593.

-, -, Joan his wife, 593.

Lontburgh (rectius Loutburgh). See Loutburgh.

Lord, John, clerk, notary public, certificate of, 615.

-, -, sign manual of, 614.

-, -, demands against, remitted, 614.

Lorum, Leodryn [co. Carlow], vicarage of, 272.

Losenham, Lossinham [in Newenden, co. Kent], house of Carmelite Friars, brother of. See Beele, Stephen.

Lotharingia, Henry de, bishop of Térouane, indults to, 446, 447, 471.

-, -, -, mandate for the execution of, 496, 497.

Lothquorwart. See Borthwick.

Lottrell, James, Elizabeth relict of, married to Humphrey Audeley, 677.

Louestoft. See Lowestoft.

Loueth. See Louth, co. Louth.

Loughborough, Luthburgh [co. Leicester], rectory of, 183.

Lough Erne, Lathahrn, Iniscayn [in]. See Inishkeen.

Lough Key, Lochce, Lochque [on Trinity island, in Kilbryan parish, co. Roscommon], Premonstratensian abbey of the Holy Trinity, abbot of, papal mandatary, 312.

-, -, Magonius abbot of, executor of a papal mandate, 252.

Lough Oughter, Loccuactham [co. Cavan], Premonstratensian priory of the Holy Trinity, prior of, papal mandatary, 215.

Louis XI, king of France, papal nuncio to. See Gaufridi, John, bishop of Arras.

Lound, master John, master or warden of the hospital of Kepier, petitions of, 131 (bis).

Loutburgh, Lontburgh, alias Wyllemot, John, priest, an Augustinian canon of Darley, dispensation to, 605, 606.

Loutfute, Loutfuce, Malcolm de, vicar of Tibbermore, charges against, 282.

Louth, Luthe [co. Lincoln], a prebend in Lincoln, 636.

Louth, Loueth [co. Louth], Augustinian priory of St. Mary, prior of, farm granted by, 674.

-, -, benefice belonging to, See Cremorne.

Louth Park, de Parco Lude [co. Lincoln], Cistercian abbey, Thomas abbot of. See Wale.

-, -, burdens of, 513.

Louvain [Belgium], abbey of St. Gertrude, abbot of, faculty to, 549.

Loveybondi, John, vicar of Egloshayle, a canon of Salisbury and prebendary of Lyme Regis, dispensation to, 624.

Low, John, bishop of Rochester, indult to, 547.

Lowestoft, Louestoft [co. Suffolk], parish church of St. Margaret, vicarage of, 575.

Lübeck [Germany], canons of. See Gele, John; Magni, Birgerus.

Luca , D. de, 12, 14, 15, 17, 19, 32, 35, 36, 43, 169, 183, 370, 386, 391, 397, 546, 552, 565, 647.

-, Ja. de, 387.

-, S. de, 365.

Lucca, Lucan [us], Lucen [sis], [Tuscany, Italy], bishop of, 21 note.

-, James bishop of. See Lucen [sis] and de Piccolominibus.

-, dominions of the city of, 20 note, 40.

Lucen [sis], Ja [cobus], (i.e. James Amanati, subsequently de Piccolominibus, bishop of Lucca, q. v.), 20–22, 40, 125, 364–72, 374–6, 378–9, 381, 384, 387–91, 393–4, 397–8, 407, 512–3, 515–28, 530–2, 534–5, 538–9, 543–5, 547–9, 551–65, 681–2.

Luderdar. See Lawder.

Luderdel, Thomas, official of St. Andrews, executor of a papal mandate, 455.

Ludlaw, master Thomas, abbot of St. Peter's, Shrewsbury, and the convent of the same, licence granted to, 478.

Ludlowe, John, literate, witness, 615.

Ludovisis, master Lewis de, a papal chaplain and auditor, papal commissary, 484, 660.

-, -, papal mandatary, 483.

Luhelpelei, Luhelpeley. See Whelpley.

Luke, Henry, indult to, 365.

-, -, Agnes his wife, 365.

Lumley, Marmaduke, bishop of Carlisle, agreement confirmed by, 532, 633.

-, -, patron of the vicarage of Crosthwaite, 633.

Lumpe , A., 10, 59, 65, 68, 86, 87, 91, 100, 106, 118–122, 125, 127, 140, 143, 150, 152, 153, 155–158, 163, 164, 166, 167, 179, 187, 189, 375, 416, 513, 578.

Lunde. See Lundie.

Lundichti. See Dunlichity.

Lundie, Lunde [now part of the parish of Lundie and Fowlis, co. Forfar], rectory of, 427.

Lundoris , abbey de. see Lindores.

Lunen ., B., Lunensis, 481, 607.

Lusk, Luska [co. Dublin], a prebend in St. Patrick's, Dublin, 210.

-, See also Gracedieu.

Lussell, Agnes, dispensed to marry, 57, 58, 60.

-, -, the brother of William Wall, her godfather, 58.

Luthburgh. See Loughborough.

Luthe. See Louth, co. Lincoln.

Lutkehut , Hermannus, Her., papal registers rubricated by, 204 note, 229 note, 287 note, 317 note.

Lycest [us], Petrus. See Leicester, Peter de.

Lydeard St. Laurence, Lydiard [co. Somerset], parish church of St. Laurence, rectory of, 624, 625.

Lydel, George, rector of Carluke, and a canon of Dunbar and prebendary of Pitcox, to be archdeacon of Brechin, 456, 457.

Lye, Thomas, archdeacon of Salop, consent of, to an appropriation, 479.

-, -, proctor of the prior and convent of Coventry, 83.

-, -, a canon of St. Chad, Shrewsbury, witness, 478, 479 note.

Lyell, Andrew, clerk, a member of the household of James II, king of Scots, rector of Blair Athole, and treasurer of Aberdeen, reservation for, 559, 560.

-, to have collation of the rectory of Newlands, 395, 396.

-, -, to have collation afresh of the treasurership of Aberdeen, 429, 430.

Lyght, John, rector of Eynesbury, dispensation to, 522.

Lyhert, Walter, bishop of Norwich, alleged to have destroyed certain papal letters, 489.

-, -, assignment to, 695.

-, -, chaplain of. See Fullere, William.

-, -, charges against, 495.

-, -, grant to, that he may appear in the Roman Court by a proctor, 489, 490.

-, -, licence and faculty to, 695.

-, -, money lent to the pope and the papal Camera by, 695 (bis).

-, -, petition of, 495, 496.

-, -, to have repayment of a loan made to the pope from the fruits due to the papal camera in England, 495.

Lyme Regis, Lyure [co. Dorset], a prebend in Salisbury, 624.

Lympsham, Lympleshyn [co. Somerset], rectory of, 126.

Lynardo , L. de, 417, 427, 454, 519, 520, 597, 601, 640, 641.

Lyncluden. See Lincluden.

Lyndesai, Lyndesay. See Lindsay.

Lyndisay , 194 note.

Lyndosay. See Lindsay.

Lyne, Lyni, Lyrie [co. Peebles], rectory of, 38.

-, John Tyri rector of, 679.

Lyng, John, a Celestine monk, dispensation to, 156.

Lyni. See Lyne.

Lynlychqw. See Linlithgow.

Lynn Regis, Sowthlen [co. Norfolk], parish church of All Saints, vicarage of, 149.

Lyon [Rhône, France], diocese of, Cluniac abbey in, abbot of, papal mandatary, 559.

-, dean of, papal mandatary, 14.

-, pension to be paid in, 16.

Lyrie. See Lyne.

Lyslaygh. See Lislee.

Lysondubtarg (rectius Lysondubtaig). See Lissonuffy.

Lythe [co. York, N.R.], rectory of, 189.

Lyure (rectius Lyme). See Lyme Regis.

Lyverpolle. See Liverpool.